Spanish survey maps incontinence, aids use
This article was originally published in Clinica
Urinary incontinence affects almost one in 10 Spanish women aged 25-64 years, including 6.4% of those aged under 45 years, according to preliminary results of research presented today at the national urology congress (A Coruna, June 9-12).
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